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  • Doug Ducey for president? He’s got Meghan McCain’s vote

    Meghan McCain, whose father twice ran for president and was the Republican nominee in 2008, called Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey “my kind of conservative.”
  • US House candidate Tipirneni says Congress must address immigration

    Dr. Hiral Tipirneni, an Arizona Democratic congressional hopeful, said Tuesday that recent events are highlighting the fact that Congress needs to act on immigration reform.
  • Watch Pat McMahon’s exclusive interview with Mac & Gaydos

    To celebrate 10 years of Mac & Gaydos, former KTAR News 92.3 FM Arizona's Morning News host Pat McMahon sat down with them for an interview that can only be seen at KTAR.com. 
  • Education candidate Hoffman says teacher shortage is ‘biggest issue’

    Kathy Hoffman, the Democratic candidate for Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction, called the ongoing teacher shortage “the biggest issue facing the state right now."
  • Look back on a decade of the Mac & Gaydos show

    Over the past 10 years, Mac Watson and Larry Gaydos have informed -- and entertained -- listeners across Arizona. Relive the last decade through the hosts themselves.
  • How would Sheriff Penzone deal with speeding Arizona lawmaker?

    An Arizona legislator caught speeding bragged to a La Paz County Sheriff’s deputy that he had legislative immunity. But how would that situation unfold in Maricopa County?
  • Mesa grandmother hospitalized after tree crushes home during monsoon

    A Mesa family is asking for donations after their grandmother was hospitalized when a tree crushed the roof of their home during a monsoon storm earlier this week.
  • Brewer says McCain won’t resign as Senate moves to confirm Kavanaugh

    As the Senate moves to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court, the attendance of one senator is still up in the air: U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.). 
  • Sheriff Paul Penzone: Separating families is ‘taking the low road’

    Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone said the practice of separating children from families at the border is "taking the low road" and is "not the right way to go about business."
  • McSally, Biggs laud progress in summit negotiations with North Korea

    President Donald Trump's summit in Singapore with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un has two Arizona members of Congress feeling better about denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.